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Who will broadcast BVB against ManCity live on TV and stream?

Erling Haaland returns to Dortmund: Who will show BVB’s Champions League home match against Manchester City on Tuesday live on TV and stream?

In the first leg, Erling Haaland had snatched victory from Borussia Dortmund with an acrobatic display late on. A few goals later, the former Bundesliga goalscorer returns to his former club – and could hurt them again.

BVB need a win against Haaland and Manchester City on Tuesday from 9pm to safely enter the last 16 of the Champions League and avoid a final at FC Copenhagen eight days later. A point will be enough if Copenhagen do not win at Sevilla in the parallel match.

Amazon Prime Video shows BVB-ManCity live and exclusive

The clash will be broadcast live and exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, which as usual gets to pick one Tuesday match per Champions League matchday. DAZN, which shows all other matches in the top flight, will therefore only have no live pictures from Dortmund in this European Cup week. Prime presenter Sebastian Hellmann will be reporting from Signal-Iduna-Park on Tuesday with Matthias Sammer, Marcel Schmelzer and Josephine Henning.

On the fourth matchday of the group stage, Dortmund narrowly missed their first match point for the knockout rounds with a 1-1 draw against Sevilla FC. Now they have to take the second against a much higher hurdle.

ManCity also still have a goal in Dortmund

ManCity lead Group G with ten points and 11:1 goals and also have a goal in mind against BVB: Although coach Pep Guardiola’s team are already certain of reaching the last 16, a draw would also make them the perfect group winners. In this case, Borussia would not be able to overtake the English champions on the final matchday because of the lost direct comparison.

The latter had recently dropped points for the first time in this Champions League season with a 0-0 draw in Copenhagen. Haaland was given a rest, but still leads the scoring charts with five goals from three appearances. In the Premier League, the Norwegian warmed up for his former employers at the weekend with his 16th and 17th goals of the season in a 3-1 home win against Brighton.



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